Keeping Current is the place for all things safety. Stay-up-to-date on the latest industry news, statistics and events.

PPE: What You Need When You Need It

By Mark Ackerson Mar 01, 2014   In our quest to provide the safest work environment for our employees, our goal always should be eliminating all hazards. What if you have a hazard that cannot be eliminated? Electrical workers face this challenge every day due to the...

read more

Key Issues in Confined Space Rescue

Today’s Safety Daily Advisor Tip:   Because of the many hazards associated with confined spaces and the potential for fatal accidents, OSHA requires employers to have a confined-space rescue procedure. Whether the rescue team is internal or external, members of the...

read more

I2P2 Is on OSHA’s Radar—Is It on Yours?

Today’s Safety Daily Advisor Tip: OSHA, gearing up for a proposed rulemaking on I2P2, is presenting its case to employers and the public.   "Injury and illness prevention programs (I2P2) are good for workers, good for business, and good for America." OSHA...

read more

Prepare for the New OSHA Crane Standard

Understand how the standard’s expanded scope could affect your company. Written by: Kevin Cunningham February 1, 2014 This is the first of a four-part series about the new OSHA crane standard. Most owners of small to midsize construction companies have a lot on their...

read more

No Power? No Problem

The OH&S Blog Blog archive Facilities develop plans to control most aspects of their operation. They control the hours of operation, the amount of time employees spend at work, and general operation costs. There is one thing that facilities have no control over: power...

read more

Top 10 OSHA Trends To Watch In 2014

by Fred Hosier January 6, 2014  Given the political climate these days in Washington, DC, we decided not to post a list of top OSHA predictions for 2014. But, we are much more confident about sharing our “watch list” concerning OSHA for the upcoming year. Here are the...

read more

Annual OSHA Deadline Approaching Fast

by Fred Hosier January 20, 2014 It’s time to count and post your injury summary for 2013. OSHA requires companies to post Form 300A from Feb. 1 to April 30 each year. The form shows a summary of the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred...

read more

Monthly Archives

Our Partners



510 Heron Drive
Suite 210
Swedesboro, NJ 08085;
Main Line: 856.422.3872 (DVSC)


130 Executive Drive
Suite 5
Newark, DE 19702
Main Line: 302-607-2758

Copyright © 2019 Delaware Valley Safety Council

Privacy Policy